"I could be wrong, you know:" John Hodgman notes that while his book That Is All is intensely concerned with "the coming global superpocalypse," it also contains much information about travel and sports and wine, and is "not depressing."

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John Hodgman And Robert Siegel Consider 'All' Things, Some Of Them Rather Dubious

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From Mafia Soldier To Cocaine Cowboy

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'Three Famines': A Struggle Shared Across The Globe

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'Times' Advice Guy Answers NPR's 'Social Q's'

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The Funny 50: A Cavalcade Of Comic Writers

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After 40 Years, Grisly 'Exorcist' Book Gets A Rewrite

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Kids' Book Club: A 'Graveyard' Tour With Neil Gaiman

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Scott Spencer: Plot Twists, Where Everything Changes

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One Husband, Three Wives: A True 'Love' Story

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Walter Isaacson's biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was published Monday, less than three weeks after Job's death on Oct. 5.

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Jobs' Biography: Thoughts On Life, Death And Apple

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'El Narco': The Trade Driving Mexico's Drug War

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New Bio Quotes Jobs On God, Gates And Great Design

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Reporting On The Front Lines Of Mexico's Drug War

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Del Toro On His 'Eternal' Obsession With Monsters

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Drugs or pills against a background of dollar bills.

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'Deadly Monopolies'? Patenting The Human Body

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